A jaguar is big cat, a feline in the panthera genus.
What do jaguars look like?
Jaguars are light brown with big black spots. In the middle of the big black spots the colour is light brown. The size of the jaguar’s head and body is 5—6 feet, the tail, can be 27.5—36 inches long.
A jaguar can be found in South America. Jaguars like water and they are good swimmers. Jaguars lives in Texas, Cerro, Colorado, mountains in Arizona, the southern part of California and New Mexico in the United States and are found in rainforests in Central and South America.
What do they eat?
Jaguars are known to eat deer, crocodiles, snakes and other animals.
Did you know?
A jaguar’s spots are called rosettes.
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